* Live-streaming of services will be at 1:30 pm today. To view please scroll to the end of the obituary for the viewing link*\nOur beloved husband, dad, and grandpa passed away Thursday, January 28th, 2021 at age 89 after a long valiant battle with Parkinson's disease. Gail Barber Bradshaw was born November 28th, 1931 in Cedar City, Utah to Stanley Hinton Bradshaw and Christy Barber Bradshaw.\nGail was kind, patient, calm, and dedicated to his family. He had a quiet sense of humor, clever wit, and never lost his spark. He exemplified and valued honesty and integrity, and helped others quietly and anonymously. He strived to find the most efficient method to accomplish tasks, was a forward thinker, and ahead of his time. He enjoyed inventing and found creative and clever plans to streamline everything. He was humble, soft-spoken, gentle, and respected by those he knew. He valued education, hard work, gardening, enjoyed volleyball, basketball season, reading, and could be seen carrying a book everywhere. He looked forward to mountain season and found peace caring for the treasured mountain land. His family adored and loved him beyond measure.\nHe enjoyed music and was grateful it played an important role in his education. He played violin at the University commencement exercises in his younger years and loved to attend the Utah Symphony and Music Arts.\nGail graduated from Cedar High in 1949, attended and graduated from BAC, (now SUU) and in 1953, attended the University of Utah where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, graduating with Phi Kappa Phi scholastic honors. He was in the marching band and played first chair violin in the Symphony Orchestra. From 1953 to 1955, he served in the United States Army in Officers Records Maintenance. In 1956, he served a mission in the Central States serving as Mission Secretary. He enjoyed flying and earned his private pilot’s license with an instrument rating.\nHe married Jane Adams in 1970 and they were sealed for time and eternity in the St George LDS Temple. He was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and quietly and faithfully lived the gospel. He was diligent in following the teachings and served as finance clerk the majority of his life.\nHe worked at the family dealership early in life and continued at Bradshaw Chevrolet after his mission and army service, co-owning it with his brother. He played a large role in the growth and legacy and continued working part-time into his 80's.\nGail and the family business believed in contributing to the community and University. He, with his brother Robert, established the Bradshaw Chevrolet Buick GEO Scholarship Endowment for Business. He became involved with State Bank of Southern Utah through his father Stanley, one of the original bank founders, and Gail was honored to serve on the Board of Directors. In 1991, he and Jane were inducted into the Old Main Society, and in 2011, received the Outstanding Alumni Award from Southern Utah University. He also served on the Cedar City Chamber of Commerce Board.\nGail reunited with his parents, brother Robert Bradshaw, sister Marian Munson, sister-in-law Onda Bradshaw, brother-in-law Floyd Munson, and brother-in-law Stayner Thompson. He is survived by his wife Jane Adams Bradshaw, daughter Stacie Bradshaw Belshaw (Nathan), grandchildren Kyler, Braden, Kailie Jane, Jaden, Ashlie Rachel, of Cedar City, and sister Dorothy Thompson of Brigham City.\nDue to the Covid pandemic, only a small family service will be held. Live-streaming will be available for those wanting to view the service at 1:30 pm on Thursday, February 4, 2021. Interment will be at the Cedar City Cemetery under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary.\nWe would like to thank the doctors and nurses at Cedar City Hospital for the kind and respectful care provided during the last week of his life.\nIn lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to any Parkinson's research foundation.\n \n\n \nhttps://www.meaningfulfunerals.net/fh_live/16100/16119/media/Gail-Bradshaw-Bi-Fold-Program.pdf \n\nTo plant Memorial Trees in memory of Gail Barber Bradshaw, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.